Indiana and 13 other states are suing the EPA over pollutions standards it set, and the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case yesterday.
Proponents for and against proposed EPA standards for existing coal-fired power plants met in Chicago to share opinions at a listening session.
The U.S. Supreme Court announced today it will hear a case from Indiana and 11 other states that argues the EPA's regulations on greenhouse gases are unlawful.
The Environmental Protection Agency says the standards will help combat climate change, but Governor Mike Pence says the proposal could hurt Indiana's economy.
The governor says the new standards would damage the state’s energy future.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management was letting ethanol plants in the state release more than two times EPA-allowed emissions.
Groundwater from a contaminated site will have to be pumped out and treated for about 30 more years to remove chemicals.
A city councilman is pushing to incorporate one neighborhood’s private wells into the city’s water system because residents are afraid of water contamination.
Cummins' early jump on the EPA's 2014 fuel standards could allow more partnerships with environmental officials.
Even though the weather is keeping some anglers away, the White River is actually seeing less pollution because of the lack of rain.